Browsing Grain Science and Industry Faculty Research and Publications by Title

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  • Ambrose, R. P. Kingsly (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 2/5/2015)
    There were 9 dust explosions reported in the U.S. in 2006 according to Kingsly Ambrose, Assistant Professor, Kansas State University. This compares to 13 in 2005 and a ten-year average of 10.2 explosions.
  • Ambrose, R. P. Kingsly (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 2/5/2015)
    There were 7 dust explosions reported in the U.S. in 2007 according to Kingsly Ambrose, Assistant Professor, Kansas State University. This compares to 9 in 2006 and a ten-year average of 9.3 explosions.
  • Ambrose, R. P. Kingsly (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 2/5/2015)
    There were 19 dust explosions reported in the U.S. in 2008 according to Kingsly Ambrose, Assistant Professor, Kansas State University. This compares to 7 in 2007 and a ten-year average of 9.4 explosions.
  • Ambrose, R. P. Kingsly (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 2/5/2015)
    There were 8 dust explosions reported in the U.S. in 2009 according to Kingsly Ambrose, Assistant Professor, Kansas State University. This compares to 19 in 2008 and a ten-year average of 9.5 explosions.
  • Ambrose, R. P. Kingsly (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 2/5/2015)
    There were 11 dust explosions reported in the U.S. in 2010 according to Kingsly Ambrose, Assistant Professor, Kansas State University. This compares to 8 in 2009 and a ten-year average of 9.8 explosions per year.
  • Ambrose, R. P. Kingsly (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 2/5/2015)
    There were 9 dust explosions reported in the U.S. in 2011 according to Kingsly Ambrose, Assistant Professor, Kansas State University. This compares to 11 in 2010 and a ten-year average of 9.8 explosions.
  • Ambrose, R. P. Kingsly (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 2/5/2015)
    There were 10 dust explosions reported in the U.S. in 2012 according to Kingsly Ambrose, Assistant Professor, Kansas State University. This compares to 9 in 2011 and a ten-year average of 10.0 explosions.
  • Ambrose, R. P. Kingsly (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 2/5/2015)
    There were seven dust explosions reported in the U.S. in 2013 according to Kingsly Ambrose, Assistant Professor, Kansas State University. This compares to 10 in 2012 and a ten-year average of 9.9 explosions.
  • Ambrose, R. P. Kingsly (Kansas State University. Dept. of Grain Science and Industry, 2/5/2015)
    There were seven dust explosions reported in the U.S. in 2014 according to Kingsly Ambrose, Assistant Professor, Kansas State University. This compares to 7 in 2013 and a ten-year average of 10.0 explosions.
  • Zhu, L.; Jones, Cassandra K.; Guo, Q.; Lewis, L.; Stark, Charles R.; Alavi, Sajid
    The quantification of total starch content (TS) or degree of starch gelatinization (DG) in animal feed is always challenging because of the potential interference from other ingredients. In this study, the differences in ...
  • Boac, Josephine M.; Ambrose, Rose P. K.; Casada, Mark E.; Maghirang, Ronaldo G.; Maier, Dirk E. (2015-03-24)
    Grain kernels are finite and discrete materials. Although flowing grain can behave like a continuum fluid at times, the discontinuous behavior exhibited by grain kernels cannot be simulated solely with conventional ...
  • Lim, Wansang; Miller, Rebecca; Park, Jung-Eun K.; Park, Sunghun (2014-08-27)
    Tomatoes have ameliorative effects on cardiovascular disease and cancer (Agarwal and Rao 2000; Rao 2002). In this study, metabolic engineering of flavonoids was utilized to improve the nutritional value of tomatoes by ...
  • Zhang, Yixing; Vadlani, Praveen V. (2014-01-22)
    Poly-lactic acid (PLA) derived from renewable resources is considered to be a good substitute for petroleum-based plastics. The number of poly L-lactic acid applications is increased by the introduction of a stereocomplex ...
  • Roberts, M. J.; Field, W. E.; Maier, Dirk E.; Stroshine, R. L.
  • Naeem, H. A.; Paulon, D.; Irmak, S.; MacRitchie, Finlay (2012-12-07)
    Wheat kernel development can be divided into three phases i.e. cell division, cell enlargement and dehydration. Accumulation of gluten proteins continues till the end of the cell enlargement phase. During the dehydration ...
  • Jeffrey, A. M.; Aldrich, Greg C.; Huss, A. R.; Knueven, C. J.; Jones, Cassandra K.
    In the pet food industry, Salmonella is getting greater scrutiny because it is considered a “reasonably foreseeable hazard” with the implementation of the Food Safety Modernization Act. Specifically, there is zero tolerance ...
  • Kalivoda, J. R.; Jones, Cassandra; Stark, Charles R.
    Particle size reduction is an important component of feed manufacturing that impacts pellet quality and animal feed efficiency. However, reducing particle size too fine often results in reduced flowability of the ground ...
  • Probst, Kyle V.; Ambrose, R. P. Kingsly; Pinto, R. L.; Bali, R.; Krishnakumar, P.; Ileleji, K. E. (2013-10-22)
    The grinding behavior of corn and corncobs was investigated at moisture content levels of 10.39%, 16.02%, and 19.64% (wet basis) for shelled corn and 10.04%, 14.65%, and 20.13% (wet basis) for corncobs. Grinding performance ...
  • Campabadal, Carlos A.; Maier, Dirk E.; Mason, Linda J. (2014-01-02)
    Scale-up demonstration trials were conducted at the pilot bin facility of the Purdue University Post-Harvest Education and Research Center in June 2005, August 2006, July 2007, and October 2008 with conventional yellow ...

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